|In the deserts of Rajasthan sudden winds blow and sands whip in quick circles. To this harsh region came the Rathores and established an empire named after Rao Jodha, the founder of the city. The Meghrangarh Fort that sits on a hill and broods over the city attests to the courage of the erstwhile rulers of this state.|
|Meghrangarh Fort itself is the city's chief attraction. Here is a citadel that, for all its foreboding strength, is quiet feminine in the delicacy of art that graces the palace within. Painted walls, sculpted with mirrors and colorful with stained glass, are not its only highlights. Some of the chambers have been converted into a museum, and here the spirit of royal Rajasthan manifests itself so beautifully.|
|A museum too is the highlight of the Umaid Bhavan
Palace, a turn of the century building in the Indo-Saracenic style influenced
by Lutyens New Delhi. Built to accommodate every princely comfort, it has
an imposing central dome.
At Jodhpur's Imperial house, Umaid Bhavan Palace you can experience Krishna Air Services hospitality.
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